Work Life Balance of Women Employees in Banks during Covid-19 Pandemic

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Ms. Shivani Raina, Mr. Kamal Tamoli, Dr. Neetika, Dr Payal Sharma Upadhyay


“Balance is not better time management, but better boundary management. Balance means making choices and enjoying those choices”—Betsy Jacobson.

The growth of a country up to a large extent depends on its economic development and the banking sector is an essential part of it. In the Year 2020 the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the outbreak of COVID-19 as a global health emergency. Bank Employees take strenuous efforts to deliver to the multiple needs of their customers, and during Covid-19 Pandemic, in order to maintain balance between socialising, parenting, running errands and working, the coronavirus has significantly altered the way we live our lives, especially in women bank employees as they have to take strenuous efforts to deliver the multiple needs of/to their customers, in order to strive in the current scenario. Thus we choose the Women working in banking sector as our area of study, for objective of research paper on the work life balance.

In this Research Paper we collect the Primary Data through online questionnaire and telephonic Interviews. The Study will be beneficial to take initiative to establish efficient and effective working environment with satisfaction of Employees in Banking Sector.

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Dr Payal Sharma Upadhyay, M. S. R. M. K. T. D. N. (2024). Work Life Balance of Women Employees in Banks during Covid-19 Pandemic. European Economic Letters (EEL), 14(1), 263–269.